I need you culture, I need you but at the same time, it’s fuck you. I wouldn’t even say it’s anti-anything. It’s like anti-self, it’s like anti-me. Anti is a part of me I don’t even like really.
My needing and longing to be like. Super just like a cool guy. It’s kind of like a fuck you to myself. The Meg Thee Stallion song came out a couple of days after I recorded the song. But at the same time, this song has nothing to do with that movement or anything like 인계동 풀싸롱 that.
I just kept seeing captions and I made a song about the captions I was seeing. So she had a huge impact on all of culture. Not just rap fans or anything like that because I guess I don’t listen to enough rap because I didn’t know too much about it.
I’m just hoping she jumps on the song. Like maybe she can get on the remix. It’s all love over here. Do you know? There’s a part in “Half Baked” where he’s working at the…it’s like the Goodburger and he’s looking at people.
He’s like “Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you, you’re cool, fuck you.” I think a lot of people like a reference to that part of that movie. It’s a big part of pop culture. It’s just kind of funny and it’s kind of lowkey how we all feel.
The melody and all that started from Andrew Goldstein, he had a voice note. And I just loved it and we built the whole song about it, of that. Yeah. “Turn it up and throw a tantrum” honestly almost feels sarcastic in a way.
It’s like here’s this big fuck you, turn it up. Brother. My 인계동 girlfriend had a friend who threw up in her Fendi. The one with the puppet face on it or, I don’t know, it’s like a muppet.
They’re really expensive and I can’t imagine that you can get that dry cleaned after or whatever. It was in an Uber or something. You get banned from Uber, I should have put that in the song, cause my rating is like 3.
5 and it’s probably because I was toting around friends that threw up in Ubers and stuff like that. Because I never threw up in an Uber, no maybe I have. I don’t remember. They’re for sale now. You can.
I don’t have a stance. It’s just kind of like what I’m seeing all the time and like I get filler in my face and stuff. I get lines because I smoke cigarettes, so I get like smoker lines and stuff like that.
I get them, shout out to my doctor Karimi. Thursday night it’s on a popping on Sunset. I like to go to 1Oak or Hyde. I have a friend that promotes on Wednesday nights, but it just didn’t sound as good.
Wednesday didn’t. Thursday sounded better to me. I’m a dropout. I wouldn’t say it’s a reference to Kanye. That’s cool if you think it is because Kanye is dope. It’s kind of empowering people.
I do get dragged out to the club and I do spend this money on these tables and all the stuff and like I did drop out of school and so did some of the biggest billionaires in the world. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates.
It’s something you would hear when somebody is drunk or something like “I hate my friends, they’re so annoying” but like it’s your best friend. Do you know? It’s just kind of like a thing that’s said nowadays, which is cool because people’s honest.
When I do go to the club, I have to get my section because I don’t want to go to somebody else’s table and drink the bottles. I’ve heard rumors that they dilute the vodka. I don’t even drink so my last few experiences with the club have been like, I’m buying all these bottles for other people to have fun and I’m standing up on a couch or whatever.
Even though you’re not supposed to stand on the couches but everybody does and you’re just saying fuck you to all these people like you need them there. You need the people there to like to feed your validation and your ego.
I’m just kind of poking fun at myself, this whole song. That’s what it’s about. The whole thing. The last line of the pre-chorus could be a drug reference, it could be the last line of the pre-chorus.
It’s a double-entendre kinda thing. I hope a dance comes out of it. Dances are always awesome. Back to the Soulja Boy days like a dance will make a song. If it’s done right. So hopefully, I can’t dance, so hopefully somebody will make up a dance even if it’s on TikTok whatever.
This second verse kind of starts from a guy’s point of view, the first verse is more from a 인계동 girl’s point of view. And so this one is the kinda thing that I hear other guys say. Or maybe I have said but it’s things I’m hearing people say all the time.
Out of pocket is one but in my bag is one too so I don’t know if I’m in my pocket or that’s not right should I be in my pocket? Should I be in my bag? Which? Where should I put my hands? I don’t know what to do with my hands.
I’m pulling up with that cool Sad 인계동 Girl and like it’s a look, it’s a mood. In today’s age, I know a lot of people that think it’s very cool to be depressed. And like, I kind of do that. On my Twitter, you read it and like I might have been happy that day but I’m like “I’ll die waiting for you.
” It’s kind of crazy but isolating nowadays is kind of cool. Or it’s cool to give off that vibe like I’m mysterious but I’m like suicidal or something. I don’t know. But like, I do it all the time.
When I got to the gym, a lot of days are chest days and a lot of days are arm days and I don’t do enough leg days and I think it goes the same thing for females. Maybe they don’t do as many arms or whatever it is, so that’s just the view on it.
Yeah. “Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie” is a very slept-on movie, it’s really, really, really funny. And that part is probably my favorite scene from the entire movie, and it’s where Will Forte is playing Allen Bishopman from Easy Swords and he’s talking about how the government pays him to not sell swords and if he does it’s even, if he doesn’t sell any swords he’s even better off like you know what I mean.
So it’s a really funny thing. I just love the “Fuck you” and it’s just, it was a vibe. Please silence your cell phones the dumbest genius in the world is about to start.